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Re: jones, fuller many more Smyrna Chen 1850
Posted by: S Michael Benson (ID *****1032) Date: July 15, 2004 at 05:30:55
In Reply to: Re: jones, fuller many more Smyrna Chen 1850 by Alison Gulbrandson of 919

Alison,

No, I don't have them. The reason I am interested in them is that I have a Fuller Family Bible with genealogy information in it. The family that owned this Bible was headed by Chauncey R. Fuller. It is sometimes spelled Chancy or Chancey. I think he was the son of Issac Fuller, who was born in CT. He had four children. One son died at 17. One daughter (Minnie) married a Davis and moved to Cincinnatus (Cortland County). I cannot find anything about the other son and daughter except a gravestone for the daughter with the Fuller last name so she may have been unmarried.

I would like to give this Bible to a descendent but I am having trouble finding one. My only hope at this point is contact with someone from the Davis family who was a descendent of Minnie Fuller and Frank Davis. They had a son named Chase and they moved to Cazenovia. Chase married and had Chase, Jr. Chase, Sr committed suicide in 1940. I cannot find Chase, Jr. or anyone who knows (or knew) of him.

Take care and good luck... Mike


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